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was in office but i have another larger than life figure on my mind, geraldo rivera. he may run for senate as a republican in new jersey. i have to say. i actually really like geraldo. he is very -- a showman. he's very self serving, self promoting but the guy is very passionate about what he believes and i want to play a clip of why i like him. >> no! you want anarchy. >> what i want is fairness. >> fairness? bull! >> we have lured these people to this country with a promise -- >> nobody has -- >> in a country basically full of domestic employment. >> all right. >> we have for decades lured them here and now starting a mob scene. >> okay. so glad we don't do that here. >> thank god for that. that is geraldo defending the views pro immigration views i think in 2011 with bill o'reilly, obviously. >> hard to make out what they were talking. >> he was passionate about it. and still is. look. the guy is a republican. very fiscally conservative. but he's pro gay rights and pro immigration reform and pro choice and great to think that the republican party could be a place where a voice like that
it to the show. >> amazing. did such a great job at the inauguration. oh, wonderful. >> very cool. >> now geraldo rivera, we know who geraldo is, contemplating a run for the senate, seat in new jersey in 2014. he is a republican. he is a self-professed nra member. law and order guy. he says you know what i am really going to take a run. i have got to tell you some are saying he could have the endorsement of governor christie. imagine them stumping. it could be pretty incredible. he would have to run against, perhaps, frank lautenberg, or cory booker, beloved in new jersey politics. an uphill battle. perhaps senator rivera. >> he has been a wild media personality. have to wonder how his background would play into the race. obviously the media, a lot of things we say, you run for office people dig that stuff up. interesting. hope no one throws a chair at him on the campaign trail. also, beyonce speaking of her and the super bowl. her documentary behind the scenes of her life "life is but a dream" premiers on hbo tonight. for the first time, she opens up about her miscarriage. pregnancy was going we
: juan? >> i think the winner this week is one of our fox news colleagues. geraldo rivera. he says he is thinking of running for the senate seat in new jersey. because he wants to represent a new kind of republican. republican that is proimmigration reform for small government, even pro-choice and he think that voice is absent now in the g.o.p. rank. >> bret: you think he will do it? >> yeah, in fact, i think that there is a better chance than most of us thought. loser is budweiser, the people who own bud wiser who tried to buy the biggest brewery in mexico. super bowl weekend. and at times if you go on a binge, somebody has to cut you off. >> my loser of the week is juan williams. for saying that. >> that is to get you back for the last panel. >> winners and losers. >> the clear winner is hillary clinton. she escaped any real scrutiny over her comments on benghazi and misleading statements and celebrated as she left her role of secretary of state. despite she doesn't have a railroad of accomplishment. my loser, other than juan, is ashton carter the number two at the pentagon. this is
of the mentally ill. in the 1970s we had gone too far another way. geraldo rivera made his career by showing some of the abuses in the system. the problem is now the pupbd ooh hrupl has gone too far the other way. the system has been hraurd up with trial lawyers, the aclu and all of the rest and we now have a system partly just because of bureaucratic inefficiency, the virginia tech shooter, jerod laughner, the aurora shooting, if the system would have been working properly all would have been reported and red flagged that. seems to mow where the real political consensus was on all of this. but instead everybody wanted to talk about guns instead. martha: here is the problem, dr. ablow. everybody feels you don't want to look somebody up who is not violent. pretty soon we'll be in a situation where everybody who is unstable runs the risk of being taken away. how do you get to the crux of this problem in a legal way that prevents some people, frankly from being on the street at all? >> first of all, civil liberties have to be protected. so when you move in the direction of helping people psychiatric
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